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Aspire, the Magic Johnson-backed cable network set to launch in June, has named Paul Butler as its general manager.
A convergence of timing and opportunity are about to bring BET and TV One plenty of company in the black TV universe.
Comcast has started to make good on its promise to launch 10 independently owned channels on its cable systems over the next eight years.
What might serve as the basis for an amusing comic sketch turns out to be neither comic nor amusing.